Are investors moving from fixed deposits to equities amid rising stock market?

The Indian stock market in February has bounced back strongly following a flat closing in January, surging to new heights and exhibiting remarkable strength.  Despite foreign institutional investors (FIIs) being net sellers thus far in 2024, the market remained unshaken, largely buoyed by significant support from domestic institutional investors (DIIs), that remain the primary driver behind the ongoing market rally.

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Reliance Jio and Qualcomm may roll out affordable 5G smartphone under $99 by year-end: Report

Qualcomm, a chipmaker headquartered in the US, is making bold moves in the Indian market. The company intends to unveil a new chipset that will facilitate the release of an affordable 5G smartphone, priced below $99, by the end of this calendar year, as reported by Moneycontrol. The report, citing a top Qualcomm official, said that the latest chipset could encourage

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This small-cap stock turned ₹1 lakh into ₹3.5 lakh in just a year; should you invest now?

Small-cap stock Centum Electronics' share price has posted multibagger returns in the long term - last 1,3 and 5 years. The stock has soared 254 percent in the last 1 year from ₹567.95. Meanwhile, it has rallied 364 percent in the last 3 years and 416 percent in the last 5 years. An investment of ₹1 lakh in this stock a year

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Citi initiates coverage on Mamaearth with ‘buy’, sees 26% upside – 7 key reasons why

Following a 7.5 percent decline in the stock just in February, global brokerage house Citi has initiated coverage on Mamaearth parent Honasa Consumer with a ‘buy’ call and a target price of ₹550, implying a 26 percent potential upside from its current market price of ₹436.25 (as on February 26). "We initiate at Buy (TP Rs550) on Honasa - the leading digital-first

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Havells India share price hits 52-week high after Goldman Sachs upgrades rating to ‘buy’

Alongside the rating upgrade, the global brokerage also raised the price target for Havells to ₹1,660 from ₹1,540, indicating an upside potential of 17 percent from the previous session's closing price. Positive sentiments surround Havells' cost-control strategies, particularly its decision to internalize outsourcing processes within its manufacturing facilities. The company's commitment to investing in branding and human resources, even amidst economic downturns,

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